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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, May 18, 2016 13B Last year's winners had to share their victory and will return May 22 to battle for the prized "Pizza Plate." Proudly displaying the championship Pizza Plate are members of the winning teams from American Valley Bakery and Moon's Restaurant. From left, Dale Ready and Jennifer Kaufmann-Ready from American Valley Bakery, Mike Kelly, Dayne Lewis and Daniel Haygood from Moon's. Photo submitted Fundraiser set for Sunday Susan Jacobsen Staff Writer The Plumas Ski Club is hosting the second annual Blind Pizza Tasting Throw-Down at the JohnsviUe Historic Ski Bowl, located above Johnsville in Plumas Eureka State Park, this Sunday, May 22. The event is a benefit to raise fun ls for improvements to the ski bowl and takes place from 2 p.m. to sundown. Judges are needed for the family friendly event. A $15 fee includes the chance to sample five different slices of pizza, be part of the judging action and help select the winner. Event organizers encourage participants to show up early, as pizza supplies are limited. Admission for those not wanting to judge is $5 and pizza will be available by the slice. Five local restaurants are donating the pizza: American Valley Bakery, Food Plus Drink, Cuccia's, Longboards and Moon's Restaurant will compete in the hope of winning the championship Pizza Plate. Local craft beer will be on tap from The Brewing Lair, Under The Rose Brewing Co. and Lassen Ale Works. Beer tasting tickets are also available or patrons can buy their favorite brew by the pint. Two bands will play during the daylong event. "Many showed up last year that came to just hang out, have beer and listen to music," said event organizer Susan DeLano, of the Brewing Lair. plans ummer Camp for local youth Plumas-Sierra 4-H Youth is $175 for 4-H members and Development Program is $213 for non 4-H members. providing a summer camp The camp starts at 3:30 p.m., experience for youth, ages 9 June 13 and ends 10 a.m., to18, from Plumas and Sierra June 17. counties. The camp will be Register online at held at Camp Timberwolf at Lower Bucks Lake. 016. Registration is limited so Campers will participate in reserve your spot now. team activities, healthy If interested in choices, canoeing, volunteering or for swimming, crafts, hikes, information, contact the fishing, skits and lots of fun. Plumas-Sierra 4-H Youth The cost to attend the Camp Development office, 283-6270. p mm m m m m m m m m m m mI SENIOR Wednesday, May 25 ** Baked chicken, mixed 1VI. NU vegetables, brown rice, strawberries, whole grain roll | Monday, May 23 | Turkey enchiladas, spanish rice, green Salad, fruit cup, | caramel pudding | Tuesday, May 24 | Beef stew, minted pears, apple juice, whole grain roll Thursday, May 26 Swiss steak, steamed spinach, mashed potatoes, apricots, slice of bread Friday, May 27 *** Ham, acorn squash, green beans, corn muffm, peach cobbler | *Vegetanan Meal; **Healthy Heart Meal I ...... I Nutrition sites: Chester, 394-7636; Qu c , 283- 31 r nvill ,, |284-6608 (day before for reservation); Porto]a, 832-4173; Blairsden | -open Wed. only, call 832-4173 Tuesday for reservations. Suggested - donation $2.50 for 60 yrs & older. One guest may accompany each | senior, $6 mandatory charge. Menus may change. Noon at all sites. ~11 m m IBIS m m atom m liEI m m =num, i IBm use of baby/talcum powder is linked to ovarian cancer. If you or a loved one suffered from ovarian cancer a~r using Johnson's Baby Powder, Shower to Shower or other talcum powder, you may be entitled to substantial compensation. Call us at 1-800-TH]~-EAGLE now. No fees or . ~ until your ease is settled or won. We practice law only | in Azlzona, but associate with lawyers throughout the U.S~J I GOLDBERG & OSBORNE Blairsden: Don Clark Tribute Dinner-Fundraiser for MCRC, Weu 5:30 p.m., Corner Barn. Friends of co-founder of MCRC, Don Clark, hosts celebration. Event features local speakers, dinner and hers d'oeuvres catered by Sean Conry/Longboards, music by Avalanche Acoustic Duo, no-host bar with wine, cocktails, and local beer. Tickets $75, available at MCRC. For information, call MCRC, 836-0446. Petrols: Portola Junior-Senior High and C. Roy Carmichael Elementary schools host spring concert and art show featuring musical and artistic talent of students grades 4 - 12 on front lawn of PJSHS, 5:30 p.m. Portela: Sierra Valley wild flower identification workshop with Bill and Nancy Harnach, Portola Library meeting room', 34 Third Ave., 7 - 8:30 p.m. For information, 832-4241. Quincy: 10th annual Benefit Take-Out Lunch for Quincy Community Supper, 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. Pick up at Quincy Unite Methodist Church Fellowship Hall, corner of Church and High streets. Donation $10, lunch orders recommended by Friday, May 13. To order lunch or for information, call 283-1740, Tues. - Fri, 10 a.m. -3 p.m. Feather River College and League of Women Voters of Plumas County cosponsor "Science in the Sticks," panel presentation introducing a few world-class scientists working and living in Plumas, 7 p.m., Plumas County Library community room. For more information, contact Jane Braxton Little, 284-6516 or visit "Science in the Sticks" on Facebook. Blairsden: Speakers Bureau: General MacArthur with Neal Ferguson, 5:30 p.m. History comes alive. Free, though donations welcome to help fund MCRC. Light refreshments served. RSVP requested. For information or to RSVP, call MCRC, 836-0446. Quincy: Feather River (~ollege holds commencement ceremony, 5 p.m., in multipurpose building on campus. Open reception for students and families precedes ceremony. Blairsden: Essential Oils Workshop 11 a.m. - 3 p.m. Topics and Sa~, activities include: 100% ~l~J~ ~,~pure therapeutic grade essential oils, skin care for every complexion, harmful ingredients found in beauty & body products & alternatives, animal/pet care with essential oils, "Make and Takes" facial toner & sun protectant, raindrop technique presentation, oil infused lifestyle, cooking demo. Lunch and dessert made with Young Living "Vitality" essential oils. Raffles, informational handouts, resources and door prizes. $25/pre-registration required, call Pam Ayoob at 233-6833 or email Calpine: Support your local volunteer fire department in Calpine at the CIA Building with a Saturday morning pancake breakfast and raffle, May 21, 8 to 10 a.m. Menu includes pancakes, eggs, sausage, OJ and coffee. Sugar free syrup also available. Tickets are $10for adults; $8, kids 6 and up. Chester: Almanor Recreation and Park District is coordinating trail cleanup for Lassen National Forest's Almanor Ranger District, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. Clear the paved trail of needles and small branches. Email to with contact info, size of group and equipment you can bring. For information, leave a message: 258-2562. Quincy: Michael Barclay Blues Band plans CD release party, Eastside Public House, 1760 E. Main St., 4:30 - 7 p.m. $10 at door. For information, call 283-9805. Community Clean-up Day, 8 a.m. - noon. Quincy, East Quincy, Meadow Valley. For information, call Lori Simpson, 283-0317. Feather River College hosts 18th annual Production Horse Sale. Preview starts 9 a.m., sale gets underway 1 p.m. at college's horse facility. Also ranch versatility sale preview Friday, May 20, 9 a.m., featuring special guest Nick Dowers Proceeds benefit FRC Foundation: Equine Studies. For information, visit or call (800) 442-9799 or 283-0202, ext. 272. Remembering Don Dailey at Community United Methodist Church, 282 Jackson St. Memorial service, 1 p.m., for Dailey who passed away March 23. Graeagle: Nakoma Golf Resort hosts second annual Nakoma Stilt Education Fund Charity Golf ~ 22 Tournament featuring tee-off breakfast with Bloody Marys, 8:30 a.m., shotgun Start 10 a.m. Three-person teams $375, with all proceeds going to Nakoma Education Fund. Register online or call Nakoma front desk, 897-2300 for information. Johnsville: Plumas Ski Club hosts second annual Blind Pizza Tasting Throw-Down at Johnsville Historic Ski Bowl, Plumas Eureka State Park, 2 p,m.- sundown. Benefit for Sierra Ski Bowl. $15. Portola: Calpine Elks Lodge hosts Veterans Dinner, from 5 - 7 p.m. As usual, free to all veterans and their families, 71292 Highway 70. Quincy: Quincy native plant group presents Monkey Flowers of Plumas County by Steve Schoenig in community room, Quincy Library, 445 Jackson St., 6 p.m. Open to public. Upcoming plant walks will also be scheduled. For information, call David Popp, 283-1350. Quincy High School Senior Expo, 4- 6 p.m., in front of ~ourthouse. This is a wonderful opportunity for community to come out, meet seniors, view project displays and hear about senior project experiences. Chester: * Town Hall meeting about community health, Almanor led Recreation Center, 450 ltJ~ 25 Meadowbrook Loop, 5:30 - 7:30 p.m. Join health care providers and public health planners to establish priorities on health care. Public welcome. For information, call Zach Revene, Quincy: Plumas Club holds fundraiser for A Grazing Grace featuring two comedians of "America's Got Talent" fame: Jake Daniels and Justin Rivera. "Even/thing $5" jewelry show starts 4 p.m. Show starts 7 p.m. $10 at door, includes drink, over 21 only. 443 Main St. Annual Concert on the Green held at Quincy High, 6:30 p.m., featuring Quincy Jazz Band, High School Concert Band, and Middle School Band. Admission free. Bring your own blanket or chair. For information, contact QHS Band Director Luke Barnes, 283-6510. Blairsden: Feather River Stewardship Coalition meets 3 - 5 p.m., Mohawk Community Resource Center, to discuss progress with Lakes Basin project, new projects emerging around Frenchman Lake and Mohawk Vista. For meeting details and information, visit Graeagle: Plumas County Republican Women meet at Longboards Bar & Grill, Plumas Pines, 11 a.m. Lunch $20; reservations due by May 23, through Liz Holston, 836-4428, or Marlene Nelson, 836-1547. Public can attend luncheon and speakers' portion or just come for speakers. Town Hall meeting about community health, Graeagle Fire Hall, 7620 Hwy. 89, 5:30 - 7:30 p.m. Join health care providers and public health planners to establish priorities on health care. Public welcome. For information, call Zach Revene, zachrevene Mohawk Vista: Feather River Stewardship Coalition and Plumas National Forest hosts field tour of new forest management project neighboring community of Mohawk Vista. Tour begins 10 a.m. at southern entrance to Mohawk Vista Road off Hwy. 70. Carpooling available, wear hiking shoes. Tour project area with local wildlife, fire behavior, archeology experts. For information, visit Chester: Elks Lodge Lake Almanor hosts Fish Fry, 164 Main St. Last Friday of each month, 5:30 - 7 p.m. $10 per person. Tickets available at door. (No Fish Fry November & December.) Graeagle: Community Blood Drive, 1 p.m. - 5 p.m., Graeagle Fire Station. To schedule appointment to donate blood, call Mohawk Community Resource Center, 836-0446 or visit For questions about the process or eligibility call United Blood Services, 800-289-4923. Greenhorn: Friday Night BBQ, all you can eat BBQ, entertainment and activities. Ribs and chicken, coleslaw, baked beans, potato salad, garlic bread, brownies. Wagon rides, horseshoes, fishing, swimming, dancing, bonfire sing-a-long. Adults: $23, 6-15: $11.25, 3-5: $2.25, kids under 3 eat free. Veggie kabobs or salmon available with rese~ations. Reservations appreciated, 283-0930, Clio: Yard sale to benefit American Cancer Society. Mohawk Valley Cancer Fighters' sponsor sale including treasures and household items, toys, bikes, 3-piece bistro set and more. No clothes or bedding. 8 a.m. - 4 p.m., no early birdsl 945 Valley Ranch Dr. To make donation, call 836-1543 or 925-699-8390. Graeagle: High Sierra Animal Rescue hosts annual Paws On Parade fundraiser at park, 10 a.m.- 3 p.m. Retrievers Ball with prizes. Free family event. For information or to volunteer for event visit, call 530-832-4727 or e-mail Plumas Eureka Auxiliary hosts Pancake Breakfast fundraiser for Plumas Eureka Volunteer Fire Department, 8 - 11 a.m., at Plumes Eureka Firehouse, 200 Lundy Lane. Breakfast includes eggs, sausage, fruit, coffee or tea. Bloody Mary's and gin fizzes available at additional cost. $8 per person, $3 for kids under 10. Cash drawings: $100, $50, $25 and $25. Raffle drawing for 3-night-stay at Plumas Pines Gold Reso~ 4-person golf package with cart. For information, call Muriel Aman, 205-5228. Sierra Valley: Feather River Land Trust sponsors Sierra Valley boating and luncheon, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. For more information and to RSVP, call Vanessa; 283-5758. Graeagle: Shop Hop downtown Graeagle. e,,6_UIt For information, visit ~clt-., MM S-29 Chesten Feather River Land Trust sponsors Olsen Barn bird SUn walk, 7:30 - 10:30 a.m. !1~~ ~j Ryan 8urnett, birding expert, leads tour of recently conserved Olsen Property. For more information, contact Vanessa, 283-5758. Feather River Land Trust sponsors Olsen Barn History talk, 1 - 3 p.m. Marilyn Quadrio, local historian, will entertain with stories about history of 150-year-old barn. Free to public. For information, contact Karen, 283-5758. Greenville: Cy Young Memorial Museum hosts pulled pork supper, 5 p.m., 132 Main St, For information, call 284-9027. Lake Almanor, Peninsula firemen's pancake breakfast, 7 a.m. - noon, Peninsula Fire District Station 2, 801 Golf Club Rd. Adults: $8, children 11 and under: $5. Pancakes, eggs, ham and sausage. Sponsored by Peninsula Firemen's Association. Peninsula Fire Sirens' annual Rummage Sale. One day only, 7 a.m. - 2 p.m., Peninsula Fire District Station 2, 801 .Golf Club Rd. t